2022 NZ Arb Husqvarna National TCC

4-5 November 2022

Start:

3/11/22, 8:00 pm

Finish:

4/11/22, 4:00 am

Wellington Botanic Gardens

Wellington, New Zealand

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RESULTS


Download Prelims Scoresheet

Download Masters Scoresheet


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Levin Sawmakers / Yale Cordage Women’s 2022 Master’s Challenge


  1. Stephanie Dryfhout - 188.67 pts (2022 Champion)
  2. Ruby McNab - 71.67 pts
  3. Samantha Fraser - 63.33 pts

Treetech Men’s 2022 Master’s Challenge


  1. Jeremy Miller - 210.67 pts (2022 Champion)
  2. Noel Galloway - 192.67 pts
  3. Sam Smith - 185.33 pts
  4. Sam Turner - 164.00 pts

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Women’s Overall Preliminary Placings


  1. Stephanie Dryfhout - 154.18 pts
  2. Samantha Fraser - 89.73 pts
  3. Ruby McNab - 61.87 pts
  4. Rachel Jones - 54.36 pts
  5. Kim Adams - 41.78 pts
  6. Briana Unveil - 40.70 pts

Men’s Overall Preliminary Placings


  1. Jeremy Miller - 161.14 pts
  2. Sam Turner - 159.90 pts
  3. Noel Galloway - 153.03 pts
  4. Sam Smith - 151.47 pts
  5. Tiago Miranda - 141.56 pts
  6. Dom Ritter - 141.38 pts

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Aerial Rescue


Women

  1. Stephanie Dryfhout - 34.33 pts
  2. Samantha Fraser - 21.67 pts
  3. Rachel Jones - 15.67 pts

Men

  1. Sam Smith - 46.67 pts
  2. Sam Turner - 43.67 pts
  3. Jeremy Miller - 43.00 pts

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Belayed Speed Climb


Women

  1. Samantha Fraser - 35.84 sec
  2. Stephanie Dryfhout - 36.33 sec
  3. Ruby McNab - 36.61 sec

Men

  1. Jeremy Miller - 21.72 sec
  2. Callum Toms - 22.57 sec
  3. Ryan Robinson - 23.12 sec

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Donaghys Ascent Event


Women

  1. Stephanie Dryfhout - 15.58 sec
  2. Samantha Fraser - 16.86 sec
  3. Rachel Jones - 18.22 sec

Men

  1. Sam Turner - 10.10 sec
  2. Dom Ritter - 12.16 sec
  3. Noel Galloway - 11.24 sec

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Treescape Throwline


Women

  1. Stephanie Dryfhout - 24 pts
  2. Samantha Fraser - 17 pts
  3. Jerrica Larby - 15 pts

Men

  1. Noel Galloway - 24 pts
  2. Jeremy Miller - 23 pts
  3. Matt Eden - 23 pts

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Work Climb


Women

  1. Stephanie Dryfhout - 63.33 pts
  2. Ruby McNab - 20.00 pts
  3. Samantha Fraser - 19.33 pts

Men

  1. Tiago Miranda - 67.96 pts
  2. Sam Turner - 66.36 pts
  3. Noel Galloway - 65.76 pts

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2022 Competition Information


New Zealand’s best tree climbers will battle it out for the national title. 30 arborists and talented tree climbers will compete in the NZ Arb Husqvarna National Tree Climbing Championship on Friday 4 November and Saturday 5 November at the Wellington Botanic Gardens. The eventual champions will then represent New Zealand at the 2023 International Tree Climbing Championships.


NZ Arb  Husqvarna National Tree Climbing Championship schedule


Friday 4 November

Wellington Botanic Gardens – access off Glenmore Street

From 1pm – Preliminary Events Start.


Saturday 5 November

Wellington Botanic Gardens – access off Glenmore Street

From 8.00am Preliminary Events Continue.

From approx. midday Treetech Mens’ Masters & Levin Sawmakers Yale Cordage Womens’ Masters start (note  – start time may vary depending on time of completion of preliminaries).


Paid coupon parking on Glenmore Street.


More information about the Tree Climbing Events

Tree climbing competitions simulate working conditions of arborists in the field. Male and female competitors perform five different events during preliminary rounds to qualify for the championship. Each event tests a competitor's ability to professionally and safely maneuver in a tree while performing work-related tree-care tasks in a timely manner.


PRELIMINARY  QUALIFYING EVENTS


Competitors are scored individually in each event – Aerial Rescue, Work Climb, Ascent, Belayed Speed Climb, and Throwline. The competitor with the highest score is the winner of that event. First, second, and third place for men and women are awarded for each event.


Competitors' total scores for all five events are combined and the male and female competitors with the highest combined score from the preliminary events move on to the Masters' Challenge Championship.


MASTERS'  CHALLENGE


The Masters' Challenge consists of one event and competitors are scored on technique and skill. The competitors in this round with the highest score are named the male and female World Champions.